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Benefits of Taking Female Libido Drug Are 'Marginal' Says New Study
The first drug approved by the U.S. Food and Drug administration to target the "female libido" is again facing controversy after a review of studies called the benefits “marginal.” The drug, called flibanserin and marketed as “Addyi,” was designed to help women with hypoactive sexual desire
Trump Would Be 'Healthiest Individual Ever Elected' President, His Doctor Says
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is in excellent health, so good in fact that his doctor said he "can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency." In the one page statement, Dr. Harold Borstein, Trump's doctor since 1980, says the GOP
New Study Shows Importance of Lowering Blood Pressure
ABC News' Dr. Richard Besser explains the measures you can take to keep your blood pressure in check.
Cause of Mysterious, Fatal Brain Disease Linked to Mad Cow Disease-Like Proteins
Researchers believe they have found the cause of a mysterious and fatal brain disease that leaves patients with symptom's similar to Parkinson's disease, including rigid muscles, tremors and low blood pressure . Called Multiple System Atrophy (MSA), the disease is rare but devastating, affecting
FDA Approves Female Libido Drug for Use in America
After two rejections, the little pink pill has been approved to make its way to the market.
Affordable Care Act Will Cover Weight Loss Medical Services
Losing weight is a universal struggle but now some weight loss efforts may not cost you as much money out of pocket. Weight loss programs that involve professional weight loss doctors or nurses and registered dieticians are now covered under the Affordable Care Act , legislation that expanded
'Female Viagra' Wins Approval From FDA Panel
The once-a-day pill flibanserin aims to treat a sexual desire disorder known to affect about 1 in 10 women.
Viagra for Women, the ‘Little Pink Pill’
A major head call headline tonight involving women. The drug nicknamed the little pink pill, viagra for women. A key decision today, and now just one more hurdle. Here's ABC's linsey Davis. Reporter: Titillating news tonight for women who may soon be dancing like the couple in this viagra
Woman Paralyzed at Bachelorette Party Becomes a Mom Thanks to Surrogate
Rachelle Friedman Chapman was paralyzed when a bridesmaid playfully pushed her into a pool at her bachelorette party five years ago, causing irreversible damage to her spinal cord. But today, thanks to a surrogate, she's a new mom. Kaylee Rae Chapman was born at 10:48 a.m. Sunday, weighing 7
Subtle Signs You Could Have a Heart Problem
Thanks to more education about healthy eating and advancements in treatment, fewer people die of heart disease than in the past. That said, clogged heart arteries are still the number-one cause of death in the United States. Although heart attack symptoms can be a scary first sign of trouble (and